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"Add a two-day multicultural wedding to a 3-day weekend in New Orleans and you get spectacular! Just about everything aligned perfectly to make Jessica and Lanre's wedding weekend memorable. With the excitement of their traditional engagement still lingering from Thursday, friends, and families had all day Friday to explore the streets of Nawlin's before Saturday wedding."
"The perfect bridesmaid dress that'll make your girls love you extra. Is there such a thing as the perfect dress? Yes! there is when it hugs your body like it was created just for you, your curves and bumps and you're not even the bride. Can you find it? Yes, if you follow these 3 simple tipsr"
"A groom wants his bride as much as the bride her man. But then you meet a groom that just radiates pure joy and happiness, embraces his new culture, attire and extended family and all. And then there is Darren oh boy! I've met a few groom in my time and photographed a few multicultural weddings but this man was on cloud 9.
"Considering a patriotic themed wedding? You're in luck, we have done the heavy lifting ... We've laid the foundation, all you have to do is bring your something borrowed, something blue"
"I'm getting married come rain or sunshine was Ashley's response to all the gloom and doom coming from all weather stations.
Dark clouds, heavy rain, and gusty winds were the forecast for the day. And rain it did. And the dark clouds rolled in. And the winds followed suit. And it was raining as I set out to photograph this intimate wedding in Galveston, TX."
"Chic Linen has a fabulous feature called “Chic On The Go”, we make your linen planning quicker & easier by coming to you. As far as I know, we’re the only Houston company offering such luxury."
"how quickly can we adopt a strange food, attire, music, even the fine details of a Nigerian wedding 'skit' if you will (Yoruba tribe to be clear) the delicate job of a moderator narrating intentions, interjecting songs and parody. The 'sitting' or receiving families (bride in this case) and the 'standing' visiting family (groom) arriving to ask for the bride's parent's permission to marry their daughter. Oh, the formalities that follow such as the prostrating to show deference, or announcing to the world, once prompted by the ever capable moderator, that, he, the groom, "begged", (literarily), to marry the girl. This is far from an elopement